Whiskey-Soaked Cherry Pasilla Sauce by Fischer & Wieser 13.5 oz

The sweet, rich flavor of cherries that have been soaked in whiskey for 24 hours is followed by the cumulative heat from jalapeño and pasilla chile peppes (and just a hint of ghost pepper) for a remarkable, complex sauce. Perfect for grilled meats like pork, fish and chicken, this sauce also makes a wonderful appetizer when poured over cream cheese and served with artisan crackers. Free from Preservatives and Gluten.

  • Facts 13.5 oz. Product of USA
  • Ingredients Lemon Juice, Sugar, Cherries, Whiskey, Pectin Blend (sucrose, pectin, citric acid), Jalapeño Peppers (with salt, vinegar, and water), Dried Cherries, Modified Tapioca Starch, Pasilla Pepper, Natural Flavors, Ghost Pepper.

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